The outcome of pregnancy resulting from clomiphene-induced ovulation.

Abstract

The outcome of pregnancy was studied in all women conceiving after ovulation induction with clomiphene at the gynaecological endocrine clinics operating in 2 Tasmanian cities. In 156 pregnancies where details were available, the main findings were: abortion rate 10.3%; multiple pregnancy rate 4.1%; congenital abnormality rate 3.6%; and perinatal mortality rate 3.5%. The results are compared with other reported series.

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@article{Correy1982TheOO, title={The outcome of pregnancy resulting from clomiphene-induced ovulation.}, author={J F Correy and Donald E. Marsden and F C Schokman}, journal={The Australian & New Zealand journal of obstetrics & gynaecology}, year={1982}, volume={22 1}, pages={18-21} }